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Student Officer Candidates 2018 Revealed, Plus Halls Naming Preferendum

Today the Guild announced 15 prospective student officers looking for your votes.

University Students Petition For Strike Action Compensation

A petition to Professor Dame Janet Beer, the University of Liverpool Vice Chancellor, has been published on the website Change.org, in which just under 1000 students at the university are petitioning for tuition fee compensation “for the loss of 14 days of our education”.

Invisible Wind Factory Closed After Incident

The popular club and events space was closed down on Boxing Day night after a violent incident.

NUS Delegates for 2018 Announced

Following a week’s worth of voting, it has been revealed who Guild President Sean Turner will take along to the May 2018 NUS conference- speaking on behalf of the students of Liverpool.

Another Student-Only Bongo’s Bingo Date Announced

Missed out on your chance to win a Henry Hoover later this month?

Gender Politics?! In my Guild?! A Short History of the Gender Preferendum

For many, the 2017 Guild Officer elections were as celebratory as they always were, reinstating the tried and tested and welcoming a new voice into Guild politics.

Liverpool Bus Strikes – What Students Need To Know

It was announced this week that bus drivers at both Arriva and Stagecoach would be staging industrial action on several dates this month, with the first strike scheduled for Arriva buses TOMORROW, causing certain disruption across Merseyside, and particularly for off-campus students.

Heinz Takes Beans Bus to Williamson Square

Lovers of canned foods and pulses rejoice.

Merseyrail Strikes Continue This Week

Merseyrail workers in the Rail, Maritime and Transport Union (RMT) are set to stage a two-day strike this week, held between 0:01 and 23:59 on Tuesday the 3rd and Thursday the 5th of October.

Welcome to Liverpool – A (Very) Short Round Up of the Guild

The first time you graced the Uni campus, you probably noticed the big, sprawling building that acts as its centre.